METSTAR® SLATE PLUS SMOOTH PAINT
The Metstar® Slate Plus Smooth is a product that is designed for the simplest and most affordable metal roofing system possible, while still keeping an attractive look and lifetime durability.
The Metstar® Slate Plus Smooth can go right over top of existing asphalt shingles, eliminating the need for a messy and costly tear off.
Its sleek design makes it easier to manufacture and install, which means significant cost savings to the homeowner. It doesn’t waste metal and doesn’t add finishing labour costs, but still gives you an elegant and durable look.
The Metstar® Slate Plus is also designed for our planet. Not only does it save millions of pounds of roofing material from being dumped in our landfills, the finish and colors make it highly reflective. Ecologists call it High Albedo, and we are proud to provide this at absolutely no extra cost to the homeowner. It actually comes at a lower cost at purchase, plus a lifetime of savings on heating in the winter and air conditioning in the summer.
The Metstar® Slate Plus cover 50 3/8TH inches by 14 5/16th inches and come in four High Albedo finishes MultiColor Black, MultiColor Brown, Charcoal, Black. All reflect 100% of UV rays.
With a Lifetime Warranty and a price that comes close to reroofing with the same old shingles, the decision is simple. Save some money, save the planet and get a lifetime roof over your head.
4 colors In-Stock: MultiColor Black, MultiColor Brown, Black, and Charcoal
Galvalume® Unpainted is available by special order. See store for lead times on this special order.
- G90 Galvanized Steel
- Easy to Install
- Sold by the Half Square Bundle
- Lifetime Warranty
- 4 Colors in Stock (MultiColor Black, MultiColor Brown, Black, and Charcoal)
- Installs over an existing layer of shingles.* Or can be installed over Ice & Water Shield.
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The above information is from MetStar Building Products Inc. To learn more about their products visit their website here.
*Consult with your local building enforcement agency to determine if building codes allow you to install an additional layer of roofing over your existing layer.